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Strange Dreams

I don’t usually remember dreams. I’m not sure why. I remember the dream I had this morning though – and again, I’m not sure why – perhaps because I told my other half about it while we ran around the house making lunches, finding school clothes, and whatever else this morning. 381 more words


Coming to Life

Canada 150 Exhibition set to take over the CCAG; official opening this Saturday June 17 at 7 p.m.

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is transforming this month as one of the Centre’s largest ever art exhibitions, RE:collection, comes to life. 373 more words

Professional Theatre Network Of PEI

Gone But Not Forgotten - Our 1976 Toyota Corolla (RIP)

A car isn’t just a transportation vehicle system but it’s a big box of stories, memories, rants, happy shouts, anger bouts, repairs, long drives, sleep ins, built in cafe, dating spot and what not… 977 more words



I sat in the most unusual place, last night, and wrote my pastor a short story. It wasn’t so unusual for me to write where I was, but, thoughts came as I reflected back. 447 more words

Heaven's call

If I could recall one moment in time,

That was more vital and more passionate.

Tempests have smoothed sandstone and lime

And new tenants now in short and long relate. 80 more words

Poetry In Pictures

His mercies are new every morning

Who am I kidding? To Carmel? I cannot fully even say I am headed towards a cloud of such grand witnesses. My preschool-aged daughter interrupted my time this morning a full hour earlier than I was anticipating. 191 more words


Glancing Back

Oftentimes we end up looking back on what we’ve had and wondering how we managed to drop so far. Recently this has been true of me, as it has been in the past as well. 559 more words